Install a plugin
docker plugin install [OPTIONS] PLUGIN [KEY=VALUE...]
| ||Local name for plugin|
| ||Do not enable the plugin on install|
| || ||Skip image verification|
| ||Grant all permissions necessary to run the plugin|
|docker plugin||Manage plugins|
|docker plugin create||Create a plugin from a rootfs and configuration. Plugin data directory must contain config.json and rootfs directory.|
|docker plugin disable||Disable a plugin|
|docker plugin enable||Enable a plugin|
|docker plugin inspect||Display detailed information on one or more plugins|
|docker plugin install||Install a plugin|
|docker plugin ls||List plugins|
|docker plugin push||Push a plugin to a registry|
|docker plugin rm||Remove one or more plugins|
|docker plugin set||Change settings for a plugin|
|docker plugin upgrade||Upgrade an existing plugin|
Installs and enables a plugin. Docker looks first for the plugin on your Docker host. If the plugin does not exist locally, then the plugin is pulled from the registry. Note that the minimum required registry version to distribute plugins is 2.3.0
The following example installs
vieus/sshfs plugin and sets its
DEBUG environment variable to
1. To install,
pull the plugin from Docker Hub and prompt the user to accept the list of privileges that the plugin needs, set the plugin’s parameters and enable the plugin.
$ docker plugin install vieux/sshfs DEBUG=1 Plugin "vieux/sshfs" is requesting the following privileges: - network: [host] - device: [/dev/fuse] - capabilities: [CAP_SYS_ADMIN] Do you grant the above permissions? [y/N] y vieux/sshfs
After the plugin is installed, it appears in the list of plugins:
$ docker plugin ls ID NAME TAG DESCRIPTION ENABLED 69553ca1d123 vieux/sshfs latest sshFS plugin for Docker true
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